Advertise on

Results tagged with 'art'

Articles (159) - Blogs (15)



When is a statue just a statue?

Published Nov. 17, 2015

When is a statue just a statue? In the Village of Shorewood, not this week. Heated comments were exchanged in response to a blogger, claiming he saw things that weren't there and others suspecting the artist's motives. Who is right?


New owner transforming former Finney Library into arts incubator

Published Oct. 6, 2015

Furniture maker Matt Bohlmann, who bought the long-vacant Finney Library in the Sherman Park historic district last March, has made progress renovating the building that will become his studio and an arts incubator. In addition, according to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service report, Bohlmann has recruited prominent local artist Reginald Baylor to become his first tenant.


The Waxwing needs your support

Published Oct. 1, 2015

The Waxwing, an artist consignment shop, will move to a new, larger location on the East Side and to make this dream a reality owner Steph Davies has created a Kickstarter campaign.

View the other 154 articles

Reader blogs:

Suffering for the Art

My thirteen year old step daughter Mia and I were having a lovely conversation over the weekend. We went to the coffee house on a college campus. Lounging in comfy chairs and sipping hot drinks with fall type aromas. Acoustic versions of Maroon 5 songs played softy.We were discussing brains s...

Spend a Friday Evening in Downtown Delafield for the Spring Art Walk on Friday, May 17th

With spring in the air, art aficionados of all ages and families can enjoy an evening filled with art, live music, shopping, and horse-drawn carriage rides. Lining the streets of Delafield, a beautiful city just 30 minutes west of Milwaukee, the annual Spring Art Walk will transform downtown side...

View the other 10 blogs

Write a blog now!